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'Systemic Enzymes' - May Save Your Life

Were you aware - that 1 out of every 2 women can expect to have heart disease and, as well, to die from it? Shocking, isn’t it? How about some more statistics? In addition, 38% of women who have heart attacks die within one year! Heart disease is the No. 1 killer of women, and stroke is the #3 killer. This information was gleaned from the www.witi.com health website for women, as well as the following:

“Heart disease kills more women than men, and has for the past twenty years; 40% of all women’s deaths today are attributed to heart attacks and strokes.” “Women account for more than 60% of stroke deaths.” The information gets more and more upsetting, especially when you are a woman, like me, in Midlife. This could just as well be about you and/or me - about any one of us - and, what’s worse, we may not even be aware that we are in the danger zone! (possibly until it’s too late).

Now, I want to give you some helpful information. The word is ‘enzymes’. I have been researching enzymes since spotting a small pamphlet a few years ago in a natural health store stating that ‘enzymes’ are the new ‘fountain of youth‘. When I read about what enzymes can do for us, I was astounded. I started studying the different types, the various brands. The following is what I consider to be among the best in the world of ‘systemic’ enzymes - Serracor-NK.

Oh, and did you know that while our body produces twenty enzymes for forming blood clots, it produces only ONE enzyme to dissolve them - Plasmin (you can read more about that on www.smartpublications.com or www.lifeextensionsvitamins.com). That’s another good reason to start taking a systemic enzyme, and from all my research I have concluded that ‘Serracor-NK’ would be the enzyme formula I want to start taking on a daily basis. That is why I am about to embark on a ‘trial by enzymes’ journey that I am expecting will promote healthy blood flow, cleanse the blood of fibrin, act as a natural blood thinner, while also stemming any systemic inflammation within the body (C-Reactive protein).

I had heard about a couple of women some years ago who had no idea there was not going to be a tomorrow for them. One of those women died of a massive heart attack - she was only in her 40’s - her husband found her when he arrived home from work one day. The other woman was only in her thirties, newly married - she died suddenly of a heart attack during her good friend’s wedding reception, in the midst of the cocktail hour. How very tragic. I knew of the story because one of the other bridesmaids was my neighbor. Although I did not know those two women personally, I would venture to say they both might have been saved had they been taking something like this 'systemic' enzyme product - whether it would have served to stave off a heart attack or stroke temporarily until they could get to a hospital or possibly have prevented a stroke or stopped a heart attack at all, we will never know. They left behind two young, grieving husbands.

This, from the Bio Medical Labs website - “Already, backed by research, NattoSEB® (Nattokinase) shows promise in supporting areas such as cardiovascular disease, stroke, angina, venous stasis, thrombosis, emboli, atherosclerosis, fibromyalgia/chronic fatigue, claudication, retinal pathology, hemorrhoid, varicose veins, soft tissue rheumatism, muscle spasm, poor healing, chronic inflammation and pain, peripheral vascular disease, hypertension, tissue oxygen deprivation, infertility, and other gynecology conditions (e.g. endometriosis, uterine fibroid).” http://www.biomediclabs.com/serracor_nk_product_page

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